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Attention Firefox fans and Nokia N900 owners, Mozilla has released the mobile version of Firefox for your powerful Internet Tablet from your favorite mobile maker Nokia. The good thing here as I mentioned previously is that, you will essentially be getting the familiar features of desktop version on your mobile. This means you can start browsing straight away without having to familiarize yourself with the mobile browser aka Firefox for Mobile. More features discussed after the jump.
It has been a while since we talked about Firefox. Infact the last time we talked was, about the release of final version of Firefox 3.6 which, by the way is running pretty fast and stable. Sources report that Firefox will be hitting the Android platform possibly in February which is pretty near, provided the open-source browser makers, plan to release it in the early part of February.
We said Firefox 3.6 was arriving today and guess what it has arrived. This release comes after months of testing, beta and release candidate releases. The latest iteration of Mozilla’s open source browser is 20% faster than Firefox 3.5. Features list and download link after the jump. It has been released for Windows, Linux and Mac platform.
Mozilla‘s browser team, Firefox has certainly taken a fresh start at the new year and seems more poised to meeting their deadlines than ever before. A couple of days back, Firefox 3.6 RC2 was released and now the big announcement has been made. Final version of Firefox 3.6 will be unleashed tomorrow i.e on 21st January at 9:30 AM PST (Pacific Standard Time.)
Mozilla has released Firefox 3.6 RC2 today. The second Firefox 3.6 RC doesn’t contain a lot of bug fixes. Infact, from what we gather, it was released just to fix a single bug found in the Linux version. I haven’t tried it yet, but I am pretty sure that like Firefox 3.6 RC1, it will be speedier than its previous versions – a must have thing if Firefox is to survive in the ever competitive browser war.
As we reported last week, Firefox‘s latest version of 3.6 Release Candidate 1, has been released to the general public. Mozilla has just released a new release candidate of Firefox 3.6, which promises to be even faster than the current beta or 3.5 editions. New version is not only available for download but also available in the form of an automatic update for those already running Firefox. (Features list and download link provided below)
Mozilla after so many broken promises, vowed to unleash Firefox 3.6 RC at the start of this month and that is what exactly has happened. Yes, the release candidate for Firefox 3.6 has finally arrived. As with every release, the RC brings bug fixes and performance improvements.
Mozilla has released the first release candidate of Firefox for Maemo aka Firefox Mobile. This release was expected before christmas but that did not happen did it. Nokia N900 and N810 are supported devices. If you’ve been running the beta, they say RC1 is more polished and that text rendering has improved.
Mozilla has announced its browser plans for the year 2010. Unfortunately, the release date for final version of Firefox 3.6 has been pushed back to 2010. The arrival of Firefox 3.6 RC seems also unlikely. Final release of Firefox 4.0 is expected to arrive in late part of 2010 or early part of 2011.
The Christmas is just hours away and many of you will be waiting for the exchange of gifts. It seems that Mozilla might well be part of your Christmas celebrations. Reports have surfaced that suggests Mozilla is likely to unleash the much talked about mobile version of Firefox, more commonly known as Firefox Mobile.
(Image credit Mozilla Mobile)